Tribal teachers set out to help design an integrated curriculum around the canoes of Pacific Northwest Native American tribes. Article by Suzie Boss Click here to view article in PDF format: Canoe Curriculum PDF
EE Research: Storytelling as a Tool for Young Learners Using storytelling is the best way to engage very young students from EE Research Bulletin Nicole Ardoin, Editor Research suggests that lasting attitudes toward nature and the environment form in the first few years of a child’s life; thus, instilling environmental awareness in very young children […]
The Power of Storytelling: Earth Tales and Activities Show the Way for Living in Balance by Michael J. Caduto ©2014 All Rights Reserved From Siberia to the tip of South America, and from Africa to Polynesia, stories have grown from the very Earth upon which they were first told. Through these tales, the natural […]
by Sally Hodson, Ed.D. author of Granny’s Clan, published by Dawn Publications See Part 1 and Part 2 of this series. Part 3: Tell a Story How do we prepare young people for the 21st century challenge of caring for our planet so that it can sustain future generations of plants, animals and humans? In […]
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